Microsoft Teams has been updated again on Android and iOS. This update focuses mainly on functions for calling and meetings. That’s what MSPowerUser reports. The new version on Android has the number 18.104.22.1689011101. On iOS, this is version 1.0.62.
Both apps now have the ability to take calls through the app and stop recording them. The feature was already available on desktop, but is now coming to other platforms for the first time. The recordings can only be started by the organizer of the meeting and people from the same organization.
In addition, users are given the opportunity to pause a conversation and get a unique code to get it back. In addition, there is 1:1 group call escalation for PTSD calls. On iOS there is now also the possibility to make phone calls for someone else. However, a licence for the telephone system is required for this.
On Android there is also the possibility to copy links to channel messages. On iOS, a number of bug fixes have also been implemented, as well as performance improvements to improve the experience.
This is the second time this year that Microsoft has updated its Williams platform. Earlier this month, an update was published aimed at shift workers and people who use their smartphone during work. For example, users can now communicate with each other by sharing and recording audio messages.
It is also possible to share work-related information. This allows users to share their location and record images through the service. In this way, for example, technicians can send pictures of hardware to a team in the office. For managers there is now a Praise function to recognize good work and an interface customization tool.This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.